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The model legume Medicago truncatula

The model legume Medicago truncatula

"The new Model Legume Medicago truncatula" is published by Wiley-Blackwell. Edited by Frans J. de Bruijn, research director at LIPM, this book aims...
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Reconstructing the evolution of traits in plant development studies

Reconstructing the evolution of traits in plant development studies

In a recent article published in December 2019 in Current Biology, researchers from the Plant Science Research Laboratory (LRSV - UMR University of...
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POSTPONED - Summer School 2020

POSTPONED - Summer School 2020

PLEASE NOTE: Summer school postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 health crisis. The TULIP summer school will take place from 11 to 17...
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What defense do legume root nodules have against pathogens?

What defense do legume root nodules have against pathogens?

Legumes form root nodules that can contain a huge number of beneficial bacteria. Members of TULIP from the Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions...
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First meeting of the new TULIP Pedagogical Committee

First meeting of the new TULIP Pedagogical Committee

The TULIP Pedagogical Committee is now common to the LabEx and EUR. Constituted at the end of last year, the new committee gathered for the first...
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Two new coordinators for TULIP

Two new coordinators for TULIP

Starting in January 1st 2020, Fabrice Roux and Monique Gardes will be the coordinators of the TULIP 2020-2025 LabEx project. The French National...
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Job offer post-doctoral position in plant molecular biology

Job offer post-doctoral position in plant molecular biology

A three-year post-doctoral position is open in the Endosymbiotic infection and Nodule development (Enod) LIPM group in the frame-work of the...
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The nitrogen-fixing symbiosis has evolved by recruiting genes involved in an older symbiosis

The nitrogen-fixing symbiosis has evolved by recruiting genes involved in an older symbiosis

Rhizobial soil bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, two very different types of microorganisms, produce similar signal molecules named...
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Ancient pigs reveal a near-complete genomic turnover following their introduction to Europe

Ancient pigs reveal a near-complete genomic turnover following their introduction to Europe

Archaeological evidence indicates that domestic pigs arrived in Europe alongside farmers from the Near East 8500 years ago. Yet the mitochondrial...
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Brenda Winkel « Visiting Scientist » seminar

Brenda Winkel « Visiting Scientist » seminar

01.29.2020 Marc-Ridet conference room (INRAE Auzeville campus)

Brenda Winkel will give a seminar « Watching the clock: Evidence that flavonoids affect the circadian circuitry of plants » on wednesday january...

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